CKYHE to reorganize East-West networks

The major Asian CKYHE container alliance will reorganize the collaboration's service network for the Asia-North Europe and Asia-Mediterranean routes in 2015.

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The CKYHE alliance between the Asian carriers Cosco, K Line, Yang Ming, Hanjin and Evergreen plans to reorganize its service networks for the Asia-North Europe and Asia-Mediterranean trades in 2015, according to a press release from K Line on Monday.

CKYHE is one of the major four alliances operating on the key trades, most notably Asia-Europe where the collaboration competes against the 2M alliance - with Maersk Line and MSC - Ocean Three and G6.

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